With a solar house battery, you can increase the efficiency of your Long Island solar installation. A battery can provide backup for an emergency and deploy in the evenings when your solar panels have shut down. Learn more!
The Department of Commerce is still pushing ahead with an investigation into alleged tariff avoidance for solar panels. The industry is against the inquiry stating that it has no merit and that any retroactive tariffs would threaten the U.S. solar industry.
EVs have become so popular globally that they are now offsetting the demand for oil with a battery energy storage system, much like how solar power on Long Island is reducing the need for oil in power generation.
The State of California has long been recognized as a leader in green and renewable energy. A combination of rapid innovation, public support, and government initiatives has given the state the best start at going green. Learn more about NY solar.
The Department of Energy has announced $3.1 billion in funding to make more batteries and related components in America. Battery systems are critical to making the most of renewable energy. This funding should help to revitalize an industry that has fallen behind international competitors in manufacturing capacity.
Electric vehicles are becoming increasingly common on Long Island roads. Clean and efficient, EVs represent one of the most significant advancements in automotive technology in more than 100 years. The technology could even be put into solar batteries for homes, increasing the capacity of products like Generac’s PWRcell.
On Long Island, we’re lucky to have access to generous NY solar tax credits that offset the cost of installation. Not every state has the same incentives. In fact, Florida recently attempted to repeal its residential solar incentives.
The U.S. government is now considering tariffs on panels produced in Southeast Asia. Industry executives have responded negatively to this news. Find out how this can affect your solar installation costs in the future.
Solar Power on Long Island is more efficient with battery backup. To keep the U.S. market competitive, the government is now directly funding the production of materials used for solar batteries and electric vehicles.
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